CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 111

Box 112: Interior (1973) - Labor (1973).

F 1: Interior, Department of the (1973). National Park Service:  Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed expansion of Platt National Park and Arbuckle Recreation Area and change of name to Chickasaw National Park and Recreational Area.

b. Copies of Clippings; re:  Bill to incorporate Platt.

c. S. 1679:  "To establish the Chickasaw national Recreation Area in the State of Oklahoma, and for other purposes."  (Henry Bellmon - Oklahoma).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

F 2: Interior, Department of the (1973). National Park Service:  Preservation.

a. Correspondence:  re:  National Historic Preservation Act of 1966; historic structures in Guthrie.

b. Grant notification to Oklahoma for historic survey and planning.

F 3: Interior, Department of the (1973). Oil and Gas.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Mandatory Oil Import program; Midland Cooperatives, Inc.'s Cushing refinery petition; Duke Ligon's new position as Director of Office of Oil and Gas; cancellation of Oklahoma National Guard summer camp due to fuel shortage; proposed price roll back of petroleum products; oil and gas shortages; mandatory allocation program for middle distillates.

b. Five News Release (February 8 - December 11, 1973).

c. Statement:  Belton Williams (March 19, 1973).

d. Magazine:  National Rural Electric Cooperative Association:  Rural Electrification (October 1973).  58 pages.

e. Speech:  President Nixon (November 7, 1973).

f. Information packet:  re:  President's Energy Emergency address.

g. Report:  Embassy of Israel:  "The Arab Oil Blackmail."  (December 13, 1973).  4 pages.

F 4: Interior, Department of the (1973). Oil and Gas:  Allocation Program.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Shortage of Mid-Continent area crude oil supply; inland refineries; reopening of Phillips' Northeast marketing activities; Amoco's allocation of petroleum fuels; mandatory allocation program; discrimination against independent oil and gas marketers; resolution made relating to allocation program; proposed exemption of Farmland Industries from allocation program.

b. Newsletter:  Office of Oil and Gas:  "Region VI - Weekly Regional Petroleum Summary."

c. Statements:  William Simon:  "Allocation of Crude Oil and Refinery Products" (May 10, 1973); George Pahuska (June 1973); M. B. Holdgraf (June 1973).

d. News Release:  Office of Oil and gas:  "Ligon Announces Symposium on Oil Import and Oil Allocation Programs."  (July 31, 1973).

e. Memo:  re:  Mandatory oil allocations.

f. News Release:  Independent Gasoline Marketers Council:  "IGMC Feels Mandatory Oil Allocation Program is Necessary for Oil Industry."  (August 16, 1973).

g. Information Packet:  re:  Mandatory Middle Distillate Fuel Allocation Program.

h. Office Notes:  re:  Mandatory fuel allocation bill.

i. Memo:  re:  Private allocations versus public allocations.

j. Information Packet:  re:  Guidelines for allocation of crude oil and refinery products.

k. Report:  Cost of Living Council:  "Economic Stabilization Program Phase IV Oil Regulations."  (August 17, 1973).  17 pages.

F 5: Interior, Department of the (1973). Oil and Gas:  Diesel and Gasoline Supplies.

a. Correspondence:  re:  fuel shortages; processing of fuel shortage complaints.

b. Office notes:  re:  Specific fuel shortage complaints.

F 6: Interior, Department of the (1973). Oil and Gas:  National Petroleum Council.

a. Report:  National Petroleum Council:  "U.S. Energy Outlook."  (December 1972).  134 pages.

b. Booklet:  Warren B. Davis and John G. McLean:  "Guide to National Petroleum Council Report on United States Energy Outlook."  (1973).  40 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 7: Interior, Department of the (1973). Outdoor Recreation.

a. Correspondence:  re:  restoration of Douglas H. Johnston home.

b. Five Grant Notifications:  re:  park and recreation development projects.

c. Copy of clipping:  re:  cutback of federal recreational funds.

d. News Release:  Bureau of Outdoor Recreation:  "New Publications from the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation."  (October 26, 1973).

e. News Release:  Bureau of Outdoor Recreation:  "Recreationists Face Energy Shortages Says BOR Director Watt."  (December 4, 1973).

f. List of acquisition cost of Federal surplus real property conveyed for public park and recreation purposes in fiscal year 1973.

F 8: Interior, Department of the (1973). Propane Shortage.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Emergency Advisory Committee on Natural Gas and LPG; shortage supplies of propane; school districts' needs for propane supply; Phase IV Petroleum Regulations; effect of propane shortage on welfare and social security recipients; propane line to Fanshawe; propane consumer priority list; propane allocation program.

b. Copies of clippings:  re:  Propane shortages.

c. Federal Register:  Energy Policy Office:  "Mandatory Fuel Allocation."  (August 13, 1973).

d. Office notes:  re:  Propane shortages; propane for peanut dryers..

e. Memo:  re:  LPG forum.

f. Information packet:  re:  Propane mandatory allocation program.

g. Newsletter:  Office of Oil and Gas:  "Region VI - Weekly Regional Petroleum Summary."

h. News Release:  Office of Oil and Gas:  "Churches, Schools, Trailer Homes Given Propane Priority Status."  (November 5, 1973).

i. Information packet:  Mandatory Middle Distillate Fuel Allocation Program.

F 9: Interior, Department of the (1973). Reclamation, Bureau of.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Federal Reclamation Program.

b. Information Packet:  re:  fiscal year 1974 summary.

c. Booklet:  National Water Commission:  "Disasters in Water Development."  (April 1973).  Cover Letter included.

d. News Release:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "O'Brien and Sweet Named Division Chiefs in Reclamation."  (August 30, 1973).

e. News Release:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Dess Chappelear Named Chief of Reclamation's General Engineering Division."  (December 11, 1973).

f. Newsletter:  National Waterways Conference, Inc.  (December 7, 1973).

g. List of members of Upper Mississippi Waterway Association. 

F 10: Interior, Department of the (1973). Reclamation, Bureau of:  Federal Reclamation Program.

Report:  Bickert, Browne, Coddington and Associates, Inc.:  "The Federal Reclamation Program."  (December 1972).  100 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 11: Interior, Department of the (1973). Reclamation, Bureau of:  Geary Project.

Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Geary Project, Oklahoma - Appraisal."  (October 1973).  88 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 12: Interior, Department of the (1973). Reclamation, Bureau of:  McGee Creek Project.

a. Correspondence:  re:  flood control benefits for McGee Creek Reservoir project; McGee Creek Reservoir project; H. R. 8074; H. R. 6831; H. R. 8056; appropriations for McGee Creek feasibility study; participation in McGee feasibility study; Water Resources Development Bill; McGee Creek feasibility study. Correspondents include:  Harold T. Johnson (CA); James Haley (FL); Joe L. Evins (TN).

b. H. Res. 540:  "Providing for the consideration of the bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to engage in feasibility investigation of certain potential water resource developments."  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).

c. House Report 93-382 (H. R. 6576):  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to engage in feasibility investigation of certain potential water resource developments."  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).

d. H. R. 6576:  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to engage in feasibility investigation of certain potential water resource developments."  (John Moss - California).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

e. H. R. 6831:  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to engage in feasibility investigation of certain potential water resource developments."  (John Happy Camp - Oklahoma).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

f. H. R. 7820:  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to engage in feasibility investigation of certain potential water resource developments."  (John Melcher - Montana).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee in Interior and Insular Affairs.

g. H. R. 8074:  to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to engage in feasibility investigation of certain potential water resource developments."  (John Happy Camp - Oklahoma).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

h. Statements:  Gilbert G. Stamm (June 5, 1973); John Melcher (June 5, 1973); Al Ullman (June 26, 1973); William Keating (June 26, 1973); Trigg Twichell (June 26, 1973); James Jones; John Happy Camp.

i. Memoranda:  re:  Bill hearings and markups; explanation of H. R. 6576; amendments to H. R. 6576.

j. Office notes:  re:  Pumping of water from McGee to Atoka Reservoir.

k. News Release:  Office of Speaker Albert:  "House Authorized Spending of $300,000 for feasibility investigation on McGee Creek."  (September 13, 1973).

l. House Report 93-663 (H. R. 11576):  "In explanation of bill making supplemental appropriations."  93rd Congress (1973).

m. H. R. 11576:  "Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1974, and for other purposes."  (George Mahon - Texas).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).

F 13: Interior, Department of the (1973). Reclamation, Bureau of:  Oklahoma Projects (Miscellaneous).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Seward Project; Minco project; need for boat ramp on south-side of Lake of the Arbuckles; proposed construction of reservoir on Black Fork River.

b. News Release:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Reclamation Announces 3 Year Cloud-Seeding Program Over Portions of Drought-Stricken Southwestern Oklahoma."  (April 25, 1972).

c. Information Packet:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "The Reclamation Fund."  Cover letter included.

d. Newsletter:  Oklahoma Water Resources Board (October 1973).

e. Report:  Department of the Army:  "Feasibility Report on Establishing the Fort Gibson, Robert S. Kerr, Tenkiller Ferry, and Webber Falls Lakes as the Oklahoma Unit of the National Recreation Area System."  (October 12, 1973).

f. Alva Project (Appraisal report).

F 14: Interior, Department of the (1973). Reclamation, Bureau of:  Oklahoma Water Transference.

a. Copies of clippings:  re:  east-west canal.

b. Federal Register:  Water Resources Council:  "Water and Related Land Resources."  (September 10, 1973).  2 copies.

c. Preliminary Report:  University of Oklahoma Bureau for Business and Economic Research:  "Water Transference Study."  (September 14, 1973).  66 pages. Cover Letter included.

F 15: Interior, Department of the (1973). Reclamation, Bureau of:  West Texas/Eastern New Mexico Import Project.

a. Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Executive Summary - West Texas and eastern New Mexico Import Project."  (June 1973) 8 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "West Texas and Eastern New Mexico Import Project."  (June 1973).  201 pages.

F 16: Interior, Department of the (1973). Southwest Energy Task Force.

News Release:  Department of the Interior:  "Southwest Energy Task Force Submits Final Recommendations on Power Plants to Secretary Morton."  (June 13, 1973).

F 17: Interior, Department of the (1973). Territories.

a. Correspondence:  re:  examination of status of Virgin Island.

b. Memo:  re:  Status of Puerto Rico.

F 18: Interior, Department of the (1973). Tans-Alaska Pipeline.

Correspondence:  re:  Status of Trans-Alaska Pipeline.

F 19: Interior, Department of the (1973). Wichita Wildlife Refuge.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed reductions in recreation use of wildlife refuges; curtailing of recreational use of Wichita Wildlife Refuge; proposed closing of picnic, swimming and camping grounds in Wichita Mountains.

b. Senate Report 93-197 (S. 268):  "Land Use Policy and Planning Assistance Act."  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).

c. S. 268:  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior, pursuant to guidelines established by the Executive Office of the President, to make grants to assist the states to develop and implement state land use programs and to coordinate land use planning in interstate areas."  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

d. H. R. 10294:  "To establish land use policy; to authorize the Secretary of the Interior, pursuant to guidelines issued by the Council on Environmental Quality, to make grants to assist the States to develop and implement comprehensive land use planning processes."  (Morris Udall - Arizona).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

e. Copies of clippings:  re:  refuges.

F 20: Interior, Department of the (1973).  Youth Conservation Corps.

Correspondence:  re:  support of Jones Academy Youth Conservation Corps projects.

F 21: Interstate Commerce Commission (1973). 

a. Correspondence:  re:  freight rate increases; increase in demurrage charges; reappointment of George Stafford to Commission.

b. News Release:  Interstate and Commerce Commission:  "Revised Rate Increase Guidelines Announced to Implement President's Phase III Program."  (February 1, 1973).

c. Office Notes:  re:  Exception to truck material.

d. Copies of clippings:  re:  rail abandonments.

F 22: Justice, Department of (1973).  Civil Rights.

Five News Releases:  re:  discrimination civil suits (November 15 - 20, 1973).

F 23: Justice, Department of (1973).  Drugs.

Correspondence:  re:  Non-criminal response to private possession of marijuana.

F 24: Justice, Department of (1973).  Federal Bureau of Investigation.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Nominee for directorship being selected from FBI itself; appointment of director as soon as possible; support for FBI.

b. Report:  FBI:  "Analysis of Assaults on Federal Officers - Semi-Annual Report."  (1973).  11 pages.  2 copies.

F 25: Justice, Department of (1973).  General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  constitutionality of 14th Amendment; illegal drugs; proposed investigation of Justice Department abuses in Oklahoma; Watergate affair; Findley Resolution; recommendation of Richard Pyle for office of U. S. District Judge for Eastern District of Oklahoma.

b. Office note:  re:  Justice Department reports on Wounded Knee situation.

c. Copies of clippings:  re:  Justice Department improprieties.

d. Statement:  Elliot L. Richardson (May 7, 1973).

e. Copy of Clipping:  re:  religious deprogramming.

f. Report:  Department of Justice:  "Outline of the Office of United States Marshal."  (May 22, 1973).  22 pages.

F 26: Justice, Department of (1973).  Immigration and Naturalization Service.

a. Correspondence:  re:  illegal immigration; deportation of Felix Bendler; Russian immigration.

b. H. R. 5265:  "For the relief of Leda Morassutti."  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Judiciary.

c. Lists of Oklahoma residents gaining citizenship.

F 27: Justice, Department of (1973).  Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.

a. Correspondence:  re:  prison reform. Correspondents include:  David Hall (OK).

b. Grant notifications.

c. Copy of clipping:  re:  McAlester penitentiary; prison conditions and proposed reforms..

d. Office notes:  re:  McAlester penitentiary.

F 28: Labor, Department of (1973). Black Lung.

Correspondence:  re:  summarization of Black Lung Benefits program.

F 29: Labor, Department of (1973). Construction Industry Stabilization Committee.

Correspondence:  re:  collective bargaining agreements for two local unions in Oklahoma; wage agreement for Oklahoma Pipe Fitters and Steam and Refrigeration fitters.

F 30: Labor, Department of (1973). Departmental.

Correspondence:  re:  Organizational chart for Office of Legislative Affairs.

F 31: Labor, Department of (1973). Emergency Employment Act.

Correspondence:  re:  support for Emergency Employment act; funding summer youth employment.

F 32: Labor, Department of (1973). General.

Correspondence:  re:  Proposed elimination of federal programs for migrant workers; Johnston County Public health Center building project; registration of apprenticeship programs; funding for Neighborhood Youth Program; government assistance in employee training programs; federal funding in financing construction work minimum wage bill; operation of Cherokee Hills Manpower Skills Center; excessive power of labor unions; funding for employee training in Hugo; employment of aliens by Western Electric Company in Oklahoma City; funding for Cherokee Hills Skill Center. Correspondents include:  Peter Brennan; David Boren (OK); David Hall (OK).

F 33: Labor, Department of (1973). Green Thumb.

Correspondence:  re:  employment in Green Thumb program; renewal of Green Thumb program contract.

F 34: Labor, Department of (1973). Manpower.

Correspondence:  re:  manpower training programs for American Indians; support for Manpower Development and Training program; Tulsa Jobs Corps Residential Center; cancellation of Mainstream programs; sponsorship of Manpower programs through Southeastern State College; interference in Manpower Programs by Department officials; manpower legislation; reorganization of Manpower programs; Work Incentive Program (WIN). Correspondents include:  Peter Brennan.

F 35: Labor, Department of (1973). Manpower:  Publications.

a. Report:  Manpower Administration:  "Changes Affecting Eligibility of Areas for Various Types of Federal Assistance."  (May and October 1973).

b. Report:  Manpower Administration:  "Area Trends in Employment and Unemployment."  (June 1972).  66 pages.

c. Report:  Manpower Administration:  "Area Trends in Employment and Unemployment."  (May 1973).  38 pages.

d. Report:  Department of Labor:  "Manpower Report of the President."  (March 1973).  253 pages.

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